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2014-05-01 06:32:19 AM  
Yeah, I wouldn't know. The c*cksuckers at Time Warner Cable have hijacked the Dodgers and I can't get them on U-Verse. I go to the Dodgers website and I get some BS from them asking me to "let my cable company know I want My Dodgers". My cable company didn't hijack the team, Time Warner Cable, you f*cking c*cksuckers did. I hope every executive for TWC gets herpes, festering boils and ass cancer. Maybe a corporate jet or three crashing into a fiery ruin.

You pulled this shiat with the Lakers at the beginning of last season. Now you're pulling it with the Dodgers. On behalf of the people of Los Angeles who don't have your crappy Time Warner Cable -- a cable service that goes down more than a five dollar whore -- just eat shiat and die.
 
2014-05-01 07:57:07 AM  
Whatever, the Phillies did that a few years ago

/I know
 
2014-05-01 08:07:33 AM  
In a row?
 
2014-05-01 08:26:17 AM  
They're still bums
 
2014-05-01 09:16:44 AM  

MugzyBrown: Whatever, the Phillies did that a few years ago

/I know


Actually this is 10,000 wins for the Dodgers in the NL (not including 410 wins in the AA). The Phillies, including their years in the AA, haven't even hit 9,500 yet.
 
2014-05-01 09:16:48 AM  

Crewmannumber6: In a row?


Try not to  win any games beat up any Giants fans on your way through the parking lot!
 
2014-05-01 09:17:17 AM  

MugzyBrown: Whatever, the Phillies did that a few years ago

/I know


Franchises that are 100 years old will probably be near having 10,000 lifetime wins.
 
2014-05-01 09:34:08 AM  

Agatha Crispy: MugzyBrown: Whatever, the Phillies did that a few years ago

/I know

Actually this is 10,000 wins for the Dodgers in the NL (not including 410 wins in the AA). The Phillies, including their years in the AA, haven't even hit 9,500 yet.


His joke, that everyone missed, is that the Phillies have LOST 10,000 games.
 
2014-05-01 09:35:54 AM  

steamingpile: Agatha Crispy: MugzyBrown: Whatever, the Phillies did that a few years ago

/I know

Actually this is 10,000 wins for the Dodgers in the NL (not including 410 wins in the AA). The Phillies, including their years in the AA, haven't even hit 9,500 yet.

His joke, that everyone missed, is that the Phillies have LOST 10,000 games.


Gotcha - Braves have lost 1,000 too so their not alone
 
2014-05-01 09:41:34 AM  

Agatha Crispy: steamingpile: Agatha Crispy: MugzyBrown: Whatever, the Phillies did that a few years ago

/I know

Actually this is 10,000 wins for the Dodgers in the NL (not including 410 wins in the AA). The Phillies, including their years in the AA, haven't even hit 9,500 yet.

His joke, that everyone missed, is that the Phillies have LOST 10,000 games.

Gotcha - Braves have lost 1,000 too so their not alone


The difference is that at least the braves have over 10,000 wins as well.

Which is amazing considering how shiatty they were in the 80s.

/still my favorite braves era
//Bob Horner is still the greatest 3rd baseman of all time!
///childhood makes you remember them greater than they actually are
 
2014-05-01 09:45:33 AM  

Agatha Crispy: MugzyBrown: Whatever, the Phillies did that a few years ago

/I know

Actually this is 10,000 wins for the Dodgers in the NL (not including 410 wins in the AA). The Phillies, including their years in the AA, haven't even hit 9,500 yet.


Uhhh... You know the Phillies never played in the AA right? They and the Giants were the only two out of the classic 8 NL teams never to play in another league (Braves & Cubs NA, rest in the AA).
 
2014-05-01 09:51:41 AM  
Does this include playoffs? When I go to BR and add up the team wins, the highest total is 9962 by the Yankees. The Dodgers are in third with 9196. (SFG is in second with 9435.)

/average wins per season: NYY leads by a wide margin with 87.4; FLA is at the bottom with 71.8
/average average is 76.3 wins per season; I'm shocked that both the Sox and Cubs are slightly above that
 
2014-05-01 09:53:06 AM  

FriarReb98: Agatha Crispy: MugzyBrown: Whatever, the Phillies did that a few years ago

/I know

Actually this is 10,000 wins for the Dodgers in the NL (not including 410 wins in the AA). The Phillies, including their years in the AA, haven't even hit 9,500 yet.

Uhhh... You know the Phillies never played in the AA right? They and the Giants were the only two out of the classic 8 NL teams never to play in another league (Braves & Cubs NA, rest in the AA).


You're right - my bad. Was just pointing out that the Dodgers were in the AA from 1884 thru 1889 and these wins weren't counted
 
2014-05-01 10:20:43 AM  
I thought the Yankees would have done it considering their long history of success but they're still 38 games away. They still have the best W-L percentage in MLB though. And it looks like either the Twins or the Orioles will be the last of the original 16 to reach 10,000 wins.

http://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/
 
2014-05-01 10:33:53 AM  
Damn is Greinke good. At least the Brewers turned him into Jean Segura...after trading Alcides Escobar to get him.
 
2014-05-01 10:53:04 AM  

skrame: Does this include playoffs? When I go to BR and add up the team wins, the highest total is 9962 by the Yankees. The Dodgers are in third with 9196. (SFG is in second with 9435.)

/average wins per season: NYY leads by a wide margin with 87.4; FLA is at the bottom with 71.8
/average average is 76.3 wins per season; I'm shocked that both the Sox and Cubs are slightly above that


Well I know the braves already passed 10k regular season wins so I don't think it includes post season.

Also Yankees weren't one of the original teams and without the red Sox owner being an idiot they wouldn't have those years of dominance.
 
2014-05-01 11:02:07 AM  

roc6783: Damn is Greinke good. At least the Brewers turned him into Jean Segura...after trading Alcides Escobar to get him.


And Cain.
 
2014-05-01 11:24:49 AM  

skrame: Does this include playoffs? When I go to BR and add up the team wins, the highest total is 9962 by the Yankees. The Dodgers are in third with 9196. (SFG is in second with 9435.)

/average wins per season: NYY leads by a wide margin with 87.4; FLA is at the bottom with 71.8
/average average is 76.3 wins per season; I'm shocked that both the Sox and Cubs are slightly above that


It probably depends on what years and team names they're taking into account.  The Yankees were the Highlanders from 1903-1912.  The Dodgers were also the Bridegrooms, Grooms, Superbas, and Robins over stretches of years.
 
2014-05-01 11:56:21 AM  

steamingpile: Agatha Crispy: MugzyBrown: Whatever, the Phillies did that a few years ago

/I know

Actually this is 10,000 wins for the Dodgers in the NL (not including 410 wins in the AA). The Phillies, including their years in the AA, haven't even hit 9,500 yet.

His joke, that everyone missed, is that the Phillies have LOST 10,000 games.


It's more amusing when you don't explain it and let them rail on about how many wins the Phillies have since 1883.
 
2014-05-01 12:07:19 PM  

BunkyBrewman: steamingpile: Agatha Crispy: MugzyBrown: Whatever, the Phillies did that a few years ago

/I know

Actually this is 10,000 wins for the Dodgers in the NL (not including 410 wins in the AA). The Phillies, including their years in the AA, haven't even hit 9,500 yet.

His joke, that everyone missed, is that the Phillies have LOST 10,000 games.

It's more amusing when you don't explain it and let them rail on about how many wins the Phillies have since 1883.


I really never hear many people "rail" about anything concerning the Phillies. It's a historically shiatty team in a historically shiathole of a city.
 
2014-05-01 01:37:09 PM  

Agatha Crispy: MugzyBrown: Whatever, the Phillies did that a few years ago

/I know

Actually this is 10,000 wins for the Dodgers in the NL (not including 410 wins in the AA). The Phillies, including their years in the AA, haven't even hit 9,500 yet.


Oh, they said WINS.  The Phillies did hit 10,000 a few years back, but it wasn't wins.

/go phils
 
2014-05-01 03:04:15 PM  

Danger Avoid Death: Yeah, I wouldn't know. The c*cksuckers at Time Warner Cable have hijacked the Dodgers and I can't get them on U-Verse. I go to the Dodgers website and I get some BS from them asking me to "let my cable company know I want My Dodgers". My cable company didn't hijack the team, Time Warner Cable, you f*cking c*cksuckers did. I hope every executive for TWC gets herpes, festering boils and ass cancer. Maybe a corporate jet or three crashing into a fiery ruin.

You pulled this shiat with the Lakers at the beginning of last season. Now you're pulling it with the Dodgers. On behalf of the people of Los Angeles who don't have your crappy Time Warner Cable -- a cable service that goes down more than a five dollar whore -- just eat shiat and die.


THIS.

And from what I've heard, expect not to see any games on TV for at least this year. But, obviously nothing bad can come from a cable provider owning a television channel....
 
2014-05-01 04:12:59 PM  

steamingpile: Well I know the braves already passed 10k regular season wins so I don't think it includes post season.


Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu: It probably depends on what years and team names they're taking into account. The Yankees were the Highlanders from 1903-1912. The Dodgers were also the Bridegrooms, Grooms, Superbas, and Robins over stretches of years.


It looks like they started in 1901. I'm not sure why they chose that year. I didn't realize some teams (like the Braves as pile mentions) started well before that. My fault (and baseball-references, I guess).
 
2014-05-01 05:00:54 PM  
1901 is generally considered to be the first year of baseball's "modern era". Before that the absence of the American League, franchise instability and questionable stat gathering make stats from before that time a bit unreliable.
 
2014-05-01 07:19:36 PM  
*wank motion*

The Giants won their 10,000th in 2005, and are closing in on 11,000. Oh, and they've actually won a title or two since the Reagan years.
 
2014-05-01 08:44:07 PM  

GhettoWinter: Danger Avoid Death: Yeah, I wouldn't know. The c*cksuckers at Time Warner Cable have hijacked the Dodgers and I can't get them on U-Verse. I go to the Dodgers website and I get some BS from them asking me to "let my cable company know I want My Dodgers". My cable company didn't hijack the team, Time Warner Cable, you f*cking c*cksuckers did. I hope every executive for TWC gets herpes, festering boils and ass cancer. Maybe a corporate jet or three crashing into a fiery ruin.

You pulled this shiat with the Lakers at the beginning of last season. Now you're pulling it with the Dodgers. On behalf of the people of Los Angeles who don't have your crappy Time Warner Cable -- a cable service that goes down more than a five dollar whore -- just eat shiat and die.

THIS.

And from what I've heard, expect not to see any games on TV for at least this year. But, obviously nothing bad can come from a cable provider owning a television channel....


Don't worry.. things will improve when Comcast buys them!
 
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